Work out has now become more evolved and enjoyable

According to Nike, 60% people wear the wrong-sized shoe. The company is now launching Nike Fit as a solution. Customers would be able to access Nike Fit both in stores and within the comfort of their

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Pasta, sushi, fruit trifle might be becoming part of Eid

Pasta, sushi and even a fruit trifle might be becoming part of the Eid spread today, but traditional dishes like sheer khurma and kachri qeema with kachori still hold their own

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Vistara takes a flight back in time with its Retrojet on International Cabin Crew Day

Vistara's retrojet aircraft is flying every day across the Vistara network since its introduction in September 2018 but only some flights are retro special.

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World No Tobacco Day: How to quit smoking

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), annually smoking kills over 1 million people alone in India and tobacco kills more than 7 million people each year worldwide.

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Traffic Jam at Mount Everest! What really happened at world’s tallest summit

According to estimates there is some 50 tons of human-caused trash on Mount Everest. Not just that, there is some 26,000 pounds of human waste lying as well causing enormous amount of pollution and ri

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Battling mental health issues: Know your legal rights before you share information with employers

Depending on the job, a candidate can let the interviewing board know about some of their mental health issues that they might have overcome or continue to face.

As a prospective employee, a candidate must be aware of his/her legal rights regarding mental health at the workplace. (Representative image) News

Bucket-list experiences that you need to try out on your next holiday

From food experiences tours, music tours to cultural tours, there has been a massive growth globally, is it is now becoming an integral part of traveler itineraries.

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Dabur India to collect, recycle over 3 lakh kg plastic waste

As part its mega plastic waste recycling initiative in Tamil Nadu, Dabur India has targeted to collect 3.18 lakh kg of plastic waste from all major cities in the state during this financial year, a to

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For first time, ‘forbidden’ exoplanet discovered in Neptunian Desert

Astronomers say they have discovered a rogue exoplanet with its own atmosphere in the Neptunian Desert.

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NASA Curiosity Mars rover finds clay cache on Red Planet

The rover recently drilled two samples at rock targets called "Aberlady" and "Kilmarie" in a region of Mars called the "clay-bearing unit".

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World’s tiniest surviving baby, light as an apple, born in California

Doctors said Saybie was delivered via emergency cesarean section in December at 23 weeks and three days gestation in the womb after severe pregnancy complications that put her mother's life at risk.

fter nearly five months at the hospital's neonatal intensive care unit, Saybie was discharged home earlier this month weighing a healthy five pounds (AP Photo) News

Cheating in school assignments? Novel AI to detect who really wrote it

Researchers at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark have been working on ways to detect cheating on assignments through writing analysis by way of artificial intelligence have been underway for a f

The network is trained on large amounts of data to learn from representations of writing styles, which are then compared. (Representational image) News

Business with a heart

Last year, the AFSF Foundation was registered under Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013, and is currently funding five sportspersons.

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Total Solar Eclipse 2019: Here’s how you can see the most anticipated celestial event of the year

Activities in Santiago include touring the Bellavista neighborhood, home to eclectic eateries and art galleries, and visiting the Plaza de Armas to tour the Metropolitan Cathedral.

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Modi govt’s 100 day healthcare plan: Cheaper medicines, online pharmacy norms and compensation for patients

The Narendra Modi-led NDA government is set to take charge for its second 5-year term, a report in IE has indicated that the country's health services industry may have to soon gear up for some regula

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Good news for Kedarnath pilgrims! Two more helicopter services begin

Kedarnath Helicopter Booking: Kedarnath is one of the most sacred pilgrim centres of Hinduism in India. It is one of the four char dhams and Panch Kedars of Uttarakhand and is also one of the twelve j

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Mercury may breach 45 degrees in Delhi: Here’s is what you need to do in case of extreme heatwave

Delhi, the national capital is not likely to see any respite from the prevalent condition and the scorching heat will not only continue but is also expected to soar to 45 degrees.

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Marine institute develops product to fight hypertension

Bioactive pharmacophore leads from seaweeds were used to develop this product, which can be administered orally to regulate hypertension.

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Stop wasting food: Six ways to love and respect the food we eat

Nothing beats the joy of cooking food and serving it to our loved ones, friends and family members. World over, the food we eat is an integral part of who we are.

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Office is your second home! Designing workplace interiors for young and vibrant Indian employees

Some of the more specific design elements that have made inroads to Indian workplaces design today include 3D installations spaces, meditation rooms, quirky meeting room and phone booths, motivational

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Ramadan: Young gen spending more time on Facebook and YouTube during the holy month, reveals data

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan, with its long days of fasting and prayer meant to draw worshippers closer to God and away from worldly distractions, is being reshaped by technology.

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HIV outbreak in Pakistan: Islamabad seeks help from WHO to investigate epidemic

Health officials have attributed the cause to the use of unsanitary equipment, unsafe blood transfusion and rampant malpractice often at the hands of quacks.

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Pakistan launches its first ever moon-sighting website

Speaking at the launch of the website, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry said that it will end the "moon-sighting controversy" in the country.

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No cars, no pollution! Study finds healthier air quality in car-free pedestrianised zone in Delhi’s Karol Bagh

Roychowdhury, executive director of research and advocacy at CSE, found that while the average "PM2.5 concentration on the Arya Samaj Road is 63.6 micrograms per cubic metre, it is 47.7 micrograms per

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Feeling stressed out? In a first, WHO confirms burnout is a medical condition

With the WHO listing 'burnout' as a medical diagnosis for the first time, we may be able to battle this condition early on and return to life totally refreshed.

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Pharm D degree holders to be called Doctors! PCI says they can use ‘Dr’ prefix

In India, the pharmacy education and profession right up to the graduate level has been regulated by the PCI, which is the statutory body as per the provisions of the Pharmacy Act 1948.

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Beyond Hotels! Indians now prefer staying in home-stays, cabins, tree-houses, boats and bed and breakfast

43 per cent of Indian travellers said they will consider listing their homes on a travel website (as an accommodation), as against 21 per cent globally.

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